Cafe Clara is a kosher mehadrin Italian restaurant located in the industrial area of Katzrin in the Golan Heights. The restaurant is under the kosher supervision of the rabbinate in Katzrin.
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If you’re heading north on Highway 90 in the Jordan Valley on your way for a vacation in the North or driving south to Jerusalem or even Eilat and you’re looking for a mehadrin restaurant on the way, a excellent place to stop is the Cafe Cafe restaurant near Sdei Trumot located 6 km south of Beit She’an.
Cafe Cafe offers a very large variety of Italian and dairy meals which are both tasty and nice sized portions.
Cafe Cafe’s menu is the same at all branches. You can view the English menu below.
The restaurant has a very pleasant, shaded seating area outside where you can enjoy the fresh air, or if you prefer, you can take advantage of the air conditioned indoor seating which also very spacious and comfortable.
My wife and I found the service to be well above average. The waitresses were extremely pleasant and were very quick to serve our meals.
Restaurant Name: Cafe Cafe
Address: Hwy 90 next to Sdei Trumot, Jordan Valley
Hours: Sun-Thurs 8:00-23:30 | Fri 8:00-15:00
Kashrut: Rabanut Emek HaMayanot (Mehadrin)
It’s highly recommended to verify that the kashrut certificate hasn’t changed
Cafe Cafe’s English Menu:
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